Song of the Day, December 3: Fall At Your Feet by Crowded House

CrowdedFeetToday’s song is a standout from a brief family reunion. As Split Enz began to dissolve, Neil and Tim Finn went their separate musical ways. Tim launched a solo career, and Neil found success in Crowded House. They missed working together, however, and a planned side project evolved into the new band’s third album, Woodface.

The pair wrote most of the tracks together, a nice fusing of their old partnership and their maturing styles. The standout track, however, is one of Neil’s solo efforts. Fall At Your Feet is a beautiful ballad, an honest look at the challenges of love and need. Beautifully rendered and sung with just the right restraint, it’s a standout in the extended Finn catalog.

Enjoy this beautiful song today.

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About Robert Hulshof-Schmidt
Freelance writer, researcher, online comic vendor, and project manager. Fan of a wide range of music -- especially folk and 80s pop -- vintage comics, British TV, and LGBT fiction.

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